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't. spending three terrifying days in captivity. when u.s. intelligence showed joseph's life was in imminent danger, the military made its move. >> a hostage rescue mission is highly, highly dangerous and there is a risk that the hostage him or herself, would be killed. you never someone to authorize the mission. >> reporter: the mission was authorized by general john allen. he was lifted safely to bag ram air base but the victory came at the price. this morning a u.s. service member injured died of his wounds. the ultimate saf fis to save an american dr. who would vn oath wooiss been killed. >> muhammad lila with us. they get the kidnapping was a secret and the recue as well. >> the first 72 hours are critical. this is a civilian hostage. he doesn't have the survival training that a soldier does. and publicizing the kidnapping would further endanger his life. >> our thoughts are the service member's family, thank you. >>> we turn a mexican-american icon. deloved, and flying from a concert when the plane she was on disappeared mid flight. more on the search tonight. >> reporter: mexican auth
, moscow. >>> we move on this evening to a terror threat from an al qaeda faction the u.s. government considers the most dangerous. they're offering tens of thousands of dollars to anyone who kills the u.s. ambassador or an american soldier in their country. here's muhammad lila. >> reporter: it's a country racked with lawlessness and now a potential new threat. the associated press first reported this video which claims to be from al qaeda's yemen branch announcing a new bounty. roughly $160,000 for the head of the american ambassador in yemen and $23,000 for any american soldier. abc hasn't verified the authenticity of the video. it was posted online separately, claiming to be part of a longer video, one that we have authenticated. the threat comes at a critical time, just four months after the american embassy was stormed in libya, killing chris stevens and three other personnel. after the attacks, security levels were raised at many american embassies around the world. >> i think the security detail won't do anything differently because they had to know the ambassador was already
days in captivity. when u.s. intelligence showed joseph's life was in imminent danger, the military made its move. >> a hostage rescue mission is really, really dangerous and carries a high risk that the hostage him or herself could be injured or killed. you need someone at very high level to authorize the mission. >> reporter: the mission was authorized by general john allen. he sent in the elite navy s.e.a.l. team six. they rescued him and air lifted him to bagram air base but the victory came at a price. this morning a u.s. service member injured died of his wounds. the ultimate sacrifice to save an american doctor who would have been killed. >> muhammad lila with us. you were telling me you, not surprised that the kidnapping and the rescue effort was kept a secret the whole time. >> that's right, david, in any kidnapping, the first 72 hours are critical. this is a civilian hostage. he doesn't have the survival training that a soldier does. so in this case, a decision was knead publicizing his case could further endanger his life. >> our thoughts are the service member's family,
nick schifrin is in cairo. nick? >> reporter: good evening. u.s. officials say this is one of the most significant mohammed gamal led a terror cell when egyptian authorities raided his safe house, shootout that ended with a massi ex he admits he's a member of the terror group that orchestrated the siege. next week, hillary clinton will testify to congress about the attack. she'll face serious questions about whether diplomats in conflict zones have enough security. u.s. officials praised egypt officen as this coutry cal david? >> nick, thank you. >>> to syria tonight. the threat of chemical weapons appears to be growing. there is new proof those weapons may be in the hands of both sides. alex marquardt got inside syria where he fir he reports infom e oric' allies, great britals it had seen evidence thatria has prepared wea so far, no proof has been offered publicly at the same time, syria has the rebels could usmicl weapons, racheting up the tension in this conf fighting has gripped the syrian capital, damascus. rebels are trying to take the airport. potentially huge
, that's how many million americans are on the move this holiday weekend. nearly a third of the u.s. population boarding on planes or getting behind the wheel. many of them dealing with weather problems like this truck blown right off the road and this gas station, where the roof over the pumps was knocked down. but the big worry tonight is what happens after christmas? when everyone tries to get back home. there are two big, new storms bearing down. ginger zee is all over the story. >> reporter: relentless winds. gusting up to 60 miles per hour around the nation's capital today, put holiday travel on hold at dulles airport. >> and they actually had to have planes change runways, moving runway landings around because of concerns about crosswinds. a lot of passengers tell us they were dealing with some turbulence coming in. >> reporter: for the millions hitting the road, it was far from perfect. in rochester, new york, whiteouts made travel nearly impossible. and for those who thought trains were the safe bet, a major commuter train outside of seattle is still shut down, thanks to al
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. >> thank you. >>> now to afghanistan tonight where taliban suicide bombers launched a deadly attack on a u.s. military base. two vehicles packed with explosives slammed into the front gate of the jalalabad air base in the eastern part of the country. a fierce gun battled broke out lasting for hours. five afghans working at the base were killed. american helicopters firing down, no americans were killed. >>> a fierce battle to avoid the fiscal cliff took a new turn today. treasury secretary tim geithner making a bold prediction that the republicans will go along with a tax hike for the healthy. but it certainly didn't sound that way on the other side. what is at stake for the average american family? with 30 days to go until the deadline? david kerley at the white house tonight. >> reporter: president obama and his white house team appear confident with the stronger hand in talks with house republicans, demanding and believing tax rates for the wealthy are going up. >> there is no responsible way we can govern the country with those low rates in place for future generations. those rates are g
't have an effect on people. >> reporter: so whose research to believe, who to judge? the u.s. supreme court already has. in striking down california's attempt at a violent video game law, the court had this to say these studies have been rejected by every court to consider them, and with good reason. they do not prove that violent video games cause minors to act aggressively. a mother of two young children with her own concerns also happens to run one of the most successful first person shooter games around, halo 4. what do you say to parents who worry it's too violent, not good for the kids. >> what i recommend, your kids are going to play games. play w can really be there to answer questions and help them through that. >> reporter: advice from the insider, kids are playing these games and it's up to the parents to understand them. neal karlinsky, abc news, cement. >>> now to an extraordinary medical story, tonight one family is celebrating the holidays with a baby that they thought would not be here. this is medical miracle. an operation before months before the child was even born.
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